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 I)  ~f -  .(S--  J J-  MOYIE, B. C. MA V 13. iSOJi.  $2 A' YEAR  /^'���jgZ.-'ZSi?,:  r  ,1  Low Prices,  Oil   uuA  we Bargains,   .  ��� ,*M9-wee_ we piirclutfied from  tfB Cooper an immense ciuan;  liy of travelers' samples, and  atamgst them are 100 lady��  Sir veStS;rap.gins,.j.n pr?.ce  So cents to the 'very fin.-,  V���ori��rial on the-market at  7        - op-nts to  $1:- ;'I_���-sb.  f^'UtsSo $1-50 to-,86.00.  , dress staves ir ^,d gee  Juat drop ��� i- toiujw >> f .,- _w, i  our   oarg-atav   counter.     Th6  Sods'were .^ught'cheap^.  c -n V��_: ^lauehtered at  pi:ice&  . ^^fl^nish''tne cfesest  rt-%t,r' 'wrs_>17T T'''  _____s.��_^_^? 00sM���?J  tfftLW  LOCAL NEWS.  returned lV.es-'  Ten-  War  Eagle,   Center  Star, Le Roi and -  i     * i  St. Eugene.  METIl 1 IO_TBB_L  ���    , ,-' <  '      ii -  ���Indications Point to the Big  < Merger Being Consummated.   '  IK-. ;0F  ift  /aid tTp Capital .^WOflOO  ; ^ffllource,. ;, 91.000,'qOO'(-���-,->  The   amalgamation  of the Lo' Roi,  War Eagle and  Center Star  and  the  St. Eugene mines  now seems to  be  assured.' A. special car with the   promoters of the big deal on board is  now  speeding east, the    destination  being  'Montreal.,  Jn"''the   party,   is   G.'S  Waterloo', director    of  the Le Roi:'  Jamea   Crcnin,  manager' of "the   St.  Engine, War Eagle,and Centra  Star;  A. J. McMillan, general   manager  of  thc Lc Koi; and W. 11. AlJrk'ge. manager of'the Trail, smeltery T.O Black'  stock will ioi'n them   at Toronto.    In  Montreal 'a   special' meeting'will'be  TWO   STORES; -TQ  AndftNiQeOottas^fQrSale.  *;      ���    '.0h KARV.TEE-tS."1 APPLY;  Try 4 _Tew Cans of  *>6ld Homestead Brand"  Vegetables and Fruits at  held'and'in all probability   a  merger  will bc-formed. ( Tlie' party stopped in ^  Movie for  a  day and'went over the.  -business o��,lhe ��� St. 'Eugene company. |  Vr.Cronm  expects  to lbc  away  for  direo weeks.'-Mrs/ Cronin , accompanied him. ^  ���: Looking at Aurora. ���  , '   j ���������-���* t       i  Thos. Rader was up .irom  his  hotel  ,at Momssey .Mines this week to meet  Mr " Michael  Sulhvan;  a  prominent  miningman.of Portland. Oregon _  Sdllivan madejin examination   or the  Aurora mine on the west  side; of the  lake and was favorably imposed with  it? and it would' bo. so Bpraruo  :>  should ' make    a   deal   ior it.,   Ihe  Aurora will undoubtedly prove a mm  'for tho company that takes hold of it  and    develop*   it, and will pwbnp-  cqimltbeStilSngoUCiWbioH !o wlftat-  ott'ootheottstflldooithA laku.  Change of Management,  A. P-   Stephemion  day from Chicago.  I.owin Thompson ba3 gone to  ticton to look lor a now location.  H. Cameron has },ceu laid up with  an attack of lumbago for se-eral (lays.  ' Mrs. Honry ' Stewart and children  left Thursday lor Spokane to remain.  'Tlie 'regular , annual memorial  service ol tho Eagles was held last;  Sunday afternoon. .  T. T.   McVitlie   t���Q   ar.r.'cyor   w.isj  here this week doinR   oov.ie   *jork   ior  local parties.-  James 'McNeil hao returned lo  Moyie from the coast a"nd�� is lending  bar"at the I^otcl Kootenay.  Mr and'Mrs." Dill aro now located j  on a "farm within a 'short distance of j  Innisfail, Alberts.  D Haberbosch hao been elected j  president of the Moyie ^liner's Union '  to succeed Chas. Hastings.  The board of trade will hold its reg-  ular monthly 'meeting next  Thursday,  evening m'Eagle ball.    '"  The .members of'the Dancing Club  gave a'very  pleaoant __op-in  Eagle  ball Thursday evening '  I     yr '   II   'Wilson,    thc .Cranbrook  jewel'erjono  df  that city'ciself made-  men', was in Moyie yesterday.    t    ,  The Steele &,. Freeland concert  company is billed to appear, in/ Eagle  hall two nights, May 20th aud 22nd.  E J. Baker, the barber and Moyie's  "authority on fishing tackle,'transacted  business in Cranbrook Thursday.  Geo! Staplcs/assistant in the 0. < P"  R office here for- soveral months past,,  has-beetftrauBferwd to the Cranbrook  office,  James O'L'eary, foreman at tho. Lake  Shore workings 'of the St. Eugene  mine, has be2n in,poor health for some  time past and is taking a abort layoft  -^Mr.'Lewirf Thomas, pastor of the  Methodist ohiircli,   :'  We have just received another .lot of  one pound and two pound tin?  Golden Gate Ja.va  and Mocha Coffee,  " We know that those w^io have 'used  it before will he glad to, learn that we  have it stock again. ' ��� ,'  If you have never had the pleasure  of  drinking Golden Gale give il a trial,' and     ,  you will find it makes the most  delicious) ^  cup of coffee yncu have over*tasted.  aeEajehern  ^ i ill.1*  and has | \'f   , Case Dismissed, i*  had   ' dO   vears   experience  traveled  over   roost'of   tho   civilised, (        --      -���      , ������  world     He('is    interested in severali     Thecaeeof tho  Crown  vs.  the pi. ,  eold properties   near   Poplar,   oiit ,pf, Eagene  Consolidated, MinIng,Co.  fot   '  ��bi"h he expects to make a fortune.      an in-fraction of tho 'Eight   Hour  la*  On nert Monday evening, May, loth,  'camo up lor - trial yesterday morning ,  0nnW ���-      --     ---'-"^-'before    Justice of  the   Peace  Clark. -  Tho's. Morgan, mining  inspector,  apj  the    laughable  farce, comedy, "That.  Imprudent    Younc ���   Couple,"    will   __����. ~r-*��r~,        - .  ____^ W ^i ter't. ?s__vs  !2i bu.in_, and toy now _��   uo?no��r,._ .  one ollhe Uayaf mercantile eotub-  is  J.-II.  Ha��Se,   w!-.o   1ms   had   _>  L^K______-_S_-Ba^_^^^^_i  management of P.-.-rnsi Co    m��  business in  Moyie    for ^eial year  past/_ to be uanrfenod to homo otn��  Joint alter June 1st. G. U. L,l lu ol  kel?on is hero, and vill. succeed Mr  Hawko. Mr. Haiko does not > et  knovMYhe.ohe   will    Da   located,  but _  wiU   p.obably be  Ki;.vabo  :n Wc company  in0utofo:i��o:tb9t--^l   n,'-.   bhops  Which artfbeing opened M'the iirm.  i'"��� '    ���  in   New We3t-,i  minster: attending the annual   confer-  n   hence "meeting. ^    ,   ,,  "      '    .i  meeting, of   the   liquor   licence  commisiioners ' 'has   been, called'  for  Friday, May 19th,   It will be  held -in  Cranbrook.' '        ,  ' There is' very 'little   onow   in   the  mountains  this   year   and   from   ^,  bigli wales.=t -^  ��� |  James  Iflmmon  will ^vo'^DSt:  week tar   Bull   Lake   City, Utah,  to  attend the annual convention   oE   the  Western Federation of Miners.  Mr and Mrs. 'Chas. Klingensmitb  havo severed their oonneciion with  the Cosmopolitan Hotel m Cranbrook  and have taken charge of a house in  Coleman.  J JIanbury of tho North Star  Lumber Co. was m Moyie Wednesday  conferring with Messrfe. Cameron and  SieDbeuson    of   the   Moyie   Lnmbei  lishments in the,country. '  There will be no admission fee to  'the Catholic' social which will' be bald  on1 Stay 24=th'.   Tho   social  will  begin  Small Debts'Court,,'  The new  board"1 of trade  in  Moyie-  b'as'already accomplished some  U"5 9 1�� Tho Zia 'will begin , ..Valready accomplished some - good..  T yo%ock X 'when icecream. At.the'last meeting Secretary'-Hill was  &tim��:l^L   \J'  be   'served,   instructed to write to Mr. Armstrong,  coffee,   cake,   etc.,   will  Everybody's  invited,  begin at 9jSQ o'clock.'.  Danoing' will'  TJ|Q Cable Broke.  instructed to write to Mr. Armstrong,  the goyernnioiit agent, asking that 'a'  small dobt'a'so'urt be again ' established; -  iri''Moyie. " This week'he received 'a,  i6vcraBlerep\y, at-ting tho oourt would  'bo Qstabiishqd"'ancl' that   tlje^e   Cftflejj  ���^~~~' . '   ,'   '   ,B   would bq beard pft th> last Tuosdfty o{  tbo  gravity  trarr,  oe-       . ^^   ^    oy|noial C0��jsiablc  Tho'cable of - - ���  Iwoontbo Mojie and Quean of the  Hilli workings '.of the St. Eugene  bnks last Monday while it v,-as in  operation. The lo-dod car came  down like a shot out of a gun, bioke  through the ore bin and landed on the  dump below. Fortunately no one was  hurt, and it was pot long until the  damage was repaired and the tram in  working order again,  Favdav.  VI  c.y more for yo-ir  \k cm give youjov.'cst  Tnsurancc than it ia worth/  i�����=9 'villi adcii-iale piolectioj.  ICIIAS BROOK.  ARNOLD & ROBERTS.  MOYIE.  m*f!!*3?*r'SS���ZZ��Z!SSS22iZ^'  ���J a J  itw-^��ot5��^^3^5___���:    _  (m_Sls,_CaS'OJ^     HATS.  tnado "Pbidb op tub AV _si.    -��-tj  '    Bishop Was Here.  TheRt.Ucv. Biabop  Dontenwill  oi  w���w vv v' minster     accompanied    by  New  Uvi-.m-Jhii Choincl,  FalhorOoccolo >nd  1-itm q��  ^re  V0'0      IS   tohop    coniirmed  Thursday       H o     J slltftlUI,   tiehveied  rvm^n-Sgti; on his recent  trip to  Rome.  THE   MUX'S    FURNISHERS  ^wiTturviu.r Twi&-,Tv��rT  ^^^f^5-^7^"^^^^--!'  (.  imperia  SAYINGS.:  ^K_JW__5__S��_S_t_IW���M��'  Deposits of $1.00.or upwards received. ^ Savings  i        Thereisno  better  investment than a,v.     >  Bank deposit.  Once opened it grows whether added to q  Iutere8t   allowed at��� current   taiw.  ^  pounded twice a year.    ,/  ORANBRO^K' branch*  ���   J,'.'F, M��� PlNKHA^i''-Manageri  l'^-'%_iV_v__3_3t(^_��V  not;  r.cd   co fii-1  ���?  I  '.?  ������iy-,��*7 ,-iV'^ ���  v nice awortment of Duiniond  Riugs in solitaires, twins, three anu  Svestono settings. I'ricw ran.cnom  $10 to s?l''0-  W. H. WILSON,  jewilcr. OIUNBROOK.B  C  John Daly, of the St. Eu_eno ofiico  staff, ha, icnted one of the Eatley  cottages on Lake street and will moye  his family hero from P.utte, Mont.,  about June first-  Hon. Robt. F- Green, Commissioner  of Land and Work,.   wa��  paying   the  district ��v YisiV lhis Aveek' bUt SiU'C  Moyie the chilly go by.  L M Mausliold of Maryevillo has  ecn'c east to visit Ins parents. He  will be away about two week,, and  when he returns he expects to take a  position with tho North Star Lumber  company.  Franklin's barber bhop ia the only  one in Moyie that has baths in connection.    He sells five bath tickets for  ^^  ^goodTtbsoapVo   always   fur-.Armstrong.  a.       h. ,t.:. nnllint       11      SpCCl.UtJ .  \Vclnead_y was payday at tho St.-  Eugene mine. Thc amount distributed was ne.irly $29,000. Il was a good  pavdnv eo far as the town was concern-^  ed" Miners who ran atoio account,  duriu" thc month paid promptly, aud  not a man so far as is known "evapor-  .Ued" leaving unpaid bills bemnd.  The town was orderly' wnioh shows  the excellent class of men working  here. '    _    _   each month.   The provincial constable  will be the clerk of the court.  Will   Incorporate.  ' Cranbrook is to be incorporated,  and Moyie respectfully tips its hat in  -recognition. Cranbrook is the best  town m one of tho best districts in the  Dominion, and sbi has a hunch of  at, keen business men' as aro to bo  found in a town of its size,   anywhere,  the  the  the'  Cranbrook will suepced because  word success is stamped on  countenance   of   every   man   itf  place  Got Steel in Eve.  The Gun Club.  The Moyie Gun club held its weekly  shoot  yestersday   afternoon,  and   tho  ���'Billy" Williamson was in Spokane  consulting an eye apeoialist. While  working in tho mine last woek he got  piece of steel in his eye. ire returned  home Wednesday, and will _ soon bo  ablo to rosumo work-  GENERAL   NEWS   NOTES.  Ihe    Plocau     -Drill has   auspcndotl  ,     . L.... m J publication for lack of support.  following is a lis.  of   tho   contestant* ,1    and   the   number   of    olay     pigeons  broken by each:  1} i out v>0  :s:i  nibhc<  Hair     cutting    a  \Vo"rcBpeeiIiiHy st,licit A tm1,  i     ])r.   Loon,  a  specialist  ' diseaecs, is in   town.    The  COSMOPOLITAN  I<"-1muc TiicUlo.  in   chronic'     Uavin* just received   my    stock  L\orTaei tmportcd English Flic,  I  invited  ' lovers of thec Beautiful to come m and  loo s,une,   The Wilson   spoons  cause  his     oming and they arc sure Killers.  Verv Trulv Yours,  "B. J. BAKER-  Construction work on  tho   SpokftliQ  lntcrnation.il, the Corbin road to connect Spokane witb the   Canadian   Pa-  "   cific will start, within   a   week   or   1-f  "   ' day-i'     Mr Corbin has six   engineering  n ii tied iu tho   neht   between  Bonnera  Forry       Ida.,    and   tho  international  0f  boundary, making thc dofmitc location  a,j! ot thc road. _          : '    tlir   Very  WHEN IN  OBANBKOOK  . XI. S.-.tA^i. Mu��i'S��r-��   '-  0���od rooms, good  tables and, bar,   .  .,  -..ndflref.claasBam.t.larw^.   ^   ^  ,Vttm��l Sti(itS��"'vi����.  Mr  C    B    Wainwrmht   of   1-emon  C.tv Via., has written   the   maiuifac-  U   4   that   much better    remit*   are    obtiuned from the   use   of   Chamber- ^ x WftS BjlUoted  !������,',   Collc5  Cholera am     Diarrhota       inw I(jj.  tw    ycarB  loinnMy in casea of pains in the otom-   with a^ohror ^  llch, colic and Cholera morbus  biaM'^lnt, treatrat.Il{.     I  tako   plea^  s^'^-hi: :;^S &^ ^^* �����  iiuble.in. rapidity. ;'It ,^ to  get at tho ri^ht spot.instantly, he  aays,    For sale by S. K. Harm. ..  I " .���'..-���  OUlv,   ._     - - -     ,   .      .  to those who wioh it  Moyie, M��y -1:2  Signed, W, R. T.  CliiiiiilKTliiin'- CiiiKji   Kni"'"��l.v  Unit .  '���I have been using Chamberlain's  Cough Romcdy and want to say it iri  the best' cougli medicine 1 have  taken," says Ueo. L Ohubb, a merchant'of Harlan, Midi. There is no  nueution About Its being the best, as it  WiU cure a cough or oold in lebs time  than any other treatment. H should  alwavs ba kept in the house ready for"  insta'nt- use. for a cold caii bo cured m  m uch lesa time when promptly treated  For sale-by W. J. Atchisob. !  I:  >l  0  1   (t  iff  **l.A  i  \  *���  V."!  "f  '  _'���  l  1 ;      t  V1*   ,'  ( ���>  C, ,  .  ,'c  ���*,:'   ..1 ......  l. ,y :7'V^1  i r   _  V-^   '  A',i[i     l,K��-,J,    ,-,'.     '\'u        '     -i Is  �����>��� V" V.�� ,*.. -��  , ,i  ���,',?> x.   (,.   ,-rvS��i"rf.;__  s^v'V -��� -j^ J-j'iv^xi-.'   ,vM.,--��-5'^"-4. --^9  ^..^,;-V.'..: v'-;(W^r",i' ,v|^^ J  ��  '  ��� "   I-1"  .5'>;  \   'i^11"'   M   -'  'V  ' <  ,v->-<.>  X">&  -^      UJK,JE_��_>JK.\iW__'J31X.jBJ-\Ui3..'  J ; B'   U,M| JPINKHAM, Manager.  ��� -*t..-^ yJ:  1-  .rf7_->7 ,rft.sJ-/  -^.-  ���-A.- i"^ ���  ���v  K. W. SSIAl.-..Manasretv  ���Good roc'.ns, gooi.  1   uibhi: and   bar,  null tivit. elicit; sample  lo r'vjT.s,  I '-'6  '" "��� ,    ,'������    ���       .i  ;  I Tlnit whi'ii I'.iivO m L''-  i ���;< .hiublu in rupid'.ly,  Uetav- the rislH *\���  .-���^y,,,,  For .*ili> by ^H *  <,* -  -?e -J  It'  Jrtpp.,  ���-iei;��rt  -Hard  ,- a can ���  or 1:  army  not c  Laur  ���Fes  "-Sub,  n'nd y ���  from  ���    tfo"  ' tho j)  i i *  '���Coast  being'  ish &  ���can b  -There  .  .,.   Ay  'marri ���  '     '  'tabid ,  ���   ' 'you c  '-3 seel I  nn8(ve  1    ble:    ;  "inake '  1- 1  mako,  tion b  ���    sion 1 !  Cliaiul  , ' ' '...'."Jti  , ruilro.  , Unci  grippe"  - '."Wes  \ Kerne'  '  1 seems.  ��� 30 vera -  'noqu','  best tl  and cc  adult*  and   <  -: 'in  .. li-j  ,-cnti D  .Villi,  ji-iif. ]>  J .lm'  '-n linn  1 A.KI  J!i 'eii is  'jv- a' lit  '"11- the  t'10 Kv-t  luaituj  i.oUi-e,  i;rv'iiud  P"3i'r A j  T> Ued J  Tott'o  r^"_i  1 -. v "^L  -��� ^ , <<.*  J_E_l  i-__'  .-. 'it*-" <?.  ��__     _  ���q&tfiA  %'fM  4-^  ��  ��� Api  Foi  to Lo  J. 8"  Guarantee to Mothers  There is only one medicine intended  for use among infants and young  children that gives mothers a guarantee that it' is free from opiate and  poisonous soothing stuffs. That  medicine is Baby's , Own Tablets.  Milton ���. Ilersey. M. Sc, public analyst for the Province of Quebec, and  demonstiator in, chemistry for McGill  ITnicvrsity' says:���"I hereby certify  that I 'hare made a careful analysis  of Baby's Own Tablets which I personally purchased in a drug store in  Montreal/and said analysis has failed  to detect the presence of any opiate  or narcotic in them." These Tablets  cure all the minor ailments of little'  ones, such as teething troubles, simple  fevers, colds, constipation, diarrhoea,  colic and worms. They make little  ones sleep naturally because they remove the cause of sleeplessness.,'They  are a boon to all mothers and no home  where there 'are young children should  be without a- box of Baby's Own Tablets. . Sold'by aH medicine dealers,  nr bv mail at 25 cents a box from the  D-. "Williams' Medicine Co., Brcckville  Ont.   :  CANADIAN ARCHIVES.  own tnan on the 'more difficult one or  making up lost time. He did not wish  to be regarded as adopting the tone of  a pessimist, or as disparaging the best  contributions already made to Canadian  history He only desired to go to the  bottom of the matter and Insist on the  need of laying a solid foundation. Special studies,based on a first-hand knowledge of the sources, were the solid pedestal upon which the work of art, the  great national history, must stand. Materials for local history should be  looked to with particular care, as they  were so perishable, and already it was  difficult, and often impossible, to make  up files of local newspapers from tho  beginning, whilst domestic correspondence, even where most valuable as  among the members of leading families,  tended to disappear after a generation  or so. Indeed, the proper custody of  historical materials was among the  chief duties which each age owed to  its successors.   ,  Beat Bank at Monte Carlo. '  An automatic gambler has beat the  famous bank at Monte Carlo. If gam-,  bling must be, there is reason in backing a machine against human'nature.  It" is all a matter of chance, and ' a  cold-blooded automaton will play on  and on, and never get rattled over  gains and losses.  The History  of the  Country  Must  Be  Preserved-���Let the Facts  ,  Speak. '  '* , ' ���  "If in   Canada  we   had- less' to  say  about  our   illimitable' resources,     and  worked with steadfast purpose to have  'the most irreproachable politics in the  '   world,  our patriotism'would    not    be  slumbering the,,while," said -Dr. C. "W.  ���   Colby, Professor 'of History at McGill  University, in the course of an address  on  "Patriotism  and  History"  a't a recent Toronto Canadian ��� Club luncheon.  Dr. Colby remarked that it had been  urged more than once that the rank and  o file of Canadians would be- more loyal  "citizens if patriotism were more carefully taught as a lesson in'the days of  boyhood.    They were-   also not    infrequently reminded ot the   efforts'.which  "were'being made throughout the Unit-  .  ed  States  to, instil  love of  country  at  the same moment with the elements of  spelling.   The whole argument resolved  itself into:    -First,     that    a somewhat  militant  spirit  of   patriotism   was   de-,  " sirable, and, second,'that the historical  ���manual sho'uld bo used as a means of  setting  forth 'in  picturesque and  convincing fashion the facts which helped  to. glorify the national .past or the arguments which went to defend the national cause.    Those who repeated with  ' unction' the   sentiment, '"Our   country,  ' right  or   wrong,"   would   doubtless   be  content   to   have   a   colored,   one-sided  '   version of tha national annals presented  to  children  in  Public Schools through  the medium of the elementary manual  "What is the attitude of the professional, historian  toward , this  state    of  mind, and toward this form of patriotism?" asked Dr.  Colby.    He said that  ' during the past two 'generations an attempt had been,made by leading students  to  render.'the .investigation  and  the writing of history impartial, colorless  and  scientific.     Truth    .was     the  ideal, not patriotism', nor even religion.  Under modern  conditions,  therefore,  it  ���     would be difficult to find a decent historian who would undertake to .write a  school manual with the fixed intent ol  justifying the national cause, or so to  speak, of presenting ip'art of the 'truth  as   though   it  were   the     whole     truth,  against' which nothing could be urged.  "We all recognize, 1 imagine, the ex-  k istence o�� patriotism under two'forms,  the lower form of beating the big drum  or   waving  the   bloody     flag,   and     the  higher   form   of   doing   something     for  one's   country."   said   Dr.     Colby,   and  neithor  was  the  connection  of history  with   the   higher   patriotism   less   close  than it was with thc screaming of the  easio  or  the   roaring  of   the  lion.    He  referred to Switzerland's sound type of  patriotism, and gave some of the characteristics  of   the   people.     So   far   as  Canada   was     concerned,     history.   Dr.  Colbv thought,  ought to  have a large  part  in  the  national  life.     There  was  certainly a history worth honoring, and  the great pity was that so far so little  had  been   done   to   exploit   it     "Instead  of   talking   grandiloquently     about   the  past, the truer patriotism  would seem  to point toward  a  closer investigation  of  It.     But,   spea.klng   frankly   in   the  case  of   Canada,   the   materials     upon  which , a    good     co-operative -- history  could alone be founded did not exist.  A. few, weeks ago  he  had a conversation with Dr. Doughty, the Dominion  Archivist, regarding a project for a cooperative   history   of   Canada,   to     be  .brought   out   In   connection   with     the  Champlain    celebration    In  Quebec  in  1008.   "Whether'such a work would    be  attempted   was   another  question,     but  Dr. Colby thought most experts would  agree with Dr. Doughty in thinking that  anything at present done on these lines  would be of a purely provisional character.    It would  be  a tentative  nature  for the simple, reason that    the monograph stage had not.   with   Canada, as  yet been passed through.    It would, he  said, be ridiculous  to deny that the literature of Canadian history was wholly  lacking  in   good     monographs.     Books  like   Kochemontcix's  "Jesuits,"   Covin's  "Frontenac," Doughty's "Siege of Quebec,"   and     Blggar-s   "Early     Trading  Companies,"   spoke    eloquently    to   th��  contrary.    Still, an    enormous amount  of pioneer work must be done before a  bibliography of Canadian history could  show any such results as were represented by a little book  like Charming  & Hart's "Guide to American History "  "We need to have at Ottawa a well-  endowed   and   creditable   Archives   Department," urged Dr. Colby. In the past  an important duty had been neglected  by  treating  the  archives  in  a.  purely  '������Incidental fashion.    For many years the  main affiliation  had been agricultural.  The  time   had  come  to   render  it  cultural   in   a  broad   and  national  sense.  Theoretically, at least, all desired that  there should be' sound and learned his-:  tories  of Canada, but those could not  be  prepared   until   a  large   number   of  special   topics   had   been   investigated  with minute care.    Owing to  the present   limitation   of   the   National     Archives,   tho   work     ot  preparing    good  monographs   was     extremely     difficult  and costly.    Therefore, it must be concluded  that the only sound policy was  to   collect   and   arrange   those   original  materials without recourse to which the  historian would be wasting his time In  writing at all  on   Canadian subjects.  Dr.   Colby   said     that     the   question  bin ted less on the task of holding our  ���When You  ���one 1'onr Tn��te.j  "���\yuon people, lose, their taste," said  a physician, "they'retain their old likes  and dislikes just the same. Miss Smith,-  for instance! can't tell a slice of roast  beef,, from a fried onion, but she disliked onions before her taste went, and  'therefore sbe won't eiit them now.  People lose their taste through severe  illnesses, and with the loss of taste the  loss of smell nearly always goes; hence  queer, cruel practical jokes. 1,-now a  woman 'without smell to whom a pint  of onion juice w��.s sent'in a cologne  bottle. <��� She deluged herself ' with this  onion juice and''appeared in a crowded  heated ballroom.  "To, a man without taste or smell all  cheeses,must be alike,"yet old Brown-  low won't touch lirnburg'er. He says it  would make him ill,'and probably it  would. It is very odd to,hear, these de-  'ficient people praising and condemning  food and drink. ���, They" do it, though.  They do it as" heartily as you or I. I  have seen old Brownlow send away in  disgust a glass of white wine, claiming  it was corked, 'while at the same time  he ate calmlv an addled egg."    ���  Needed   Encouragement.  "1 remember," said an old naval ofiS-  cer, "hearing of an incident on board  of a ship which was commanded by a  religious captain who would not'allow  the mate to use profane language or  violence toward the crew and where  the work and discipline were carried 011  more by moral suasion than by force,  with the result that things went very  slowly. The men did not jump to tlie  braces or ropes, and the general work  of the .ship was slow.  "While at anchor one day in the harbor of Rio two of tlie sailors, leaning  over the rail, were watching work going on on board of another ship anchored close to them, where the opposite system prevailed. The air on that  ship was lurid with the language of the  mate, and the men were treated with  a violence that was far from necessary,  but the work went on quickly. The  sails were furled and the yards braced  In a smart and seamanlike manner.  As they listened to the sulphurous orders of the mate one of the sailors on  the good ship .remarked sententiously,  to the other: ,   ,    ' '  ' " 'Bill, d'ye see now,, what It Is we  want aboard here? \Ve want a little  encouragement!'" '  Cupid   nnd  the  Itecrulta.'  001DEN TIPS.  Interesting Volume Descriptive of Ceylon and its Industries.  P C. Larkin-, of the Salada Tea Co.  has sent the Toronto World a copy of  interesting Volume, descriptive of Ceylon' and its greater industries Golden Tips," so the boolt is entitled. Is1 the  work of Henry W. Cave M A..F.R.G b  a member df the Royal Asiatic society  and himself a succesful Ceylon merchant, and is profusely and beautifully  illustrated 'from photographs by the  author. It is one of quite a number of  volumes on Ceylon, and its, natural  features and resources,'issued by Mr.  Cave,, who has done excellent service-  in bringing rhis gem of the southern  seas before the notice of the English-  speaking public.  , ' ,,,.*'  Ceylon for a considerable time was  only associated in the public .mind  with' the melodious but somewhat misleading .lines  in   Heber's  well-known  missionary hymn:  What tho the,spicy,breezes  Blow soft o'er, Ceylon's isle,  Where every, prospect pleases,  Arid only man is vile. '  But we learn from Mr. Cave that the  truth of the first three lines is not continued in the fourth.   The native-Sin  "Cupid is one of the'best recruiting   g]iaiese are certainly not vile,in their  Beers that'Uncle Sam has," confided   ordinary occupation of that brief but'  ���     ���--'---*---     signincunt adjective. Indeed, Mr. Cave  gives us a very aifferent idea,of the  perfection of Ceylon life.  "They need no poor laws, nor have  officers  one of the sergeants attached to the recruiting headquarters. "Back of nearly every enlistment there is a woman  in the. case. Lovers' quarrels chase a  lot of, fine lads into the service! Your  romantic youth gravitates to the' recruiting officer after a serious break  with his sweetheart as .naturally as a',  .duck-takes to water. It seems to him.  the most fittlng'way in which to sacrifice himself when- love's young dream  is apparently dispelled. Way down' in  his heart he nursed the idea of making  his erstwhile inamorata - sad, ��__��� it's  the army or navy, ,with the possibility  of death In, battle, for' him.'" 'Again,  other first class material is recruited  by.the'desire of young fellows to sport  a uniform before'their girls. In such  cases Cupid does his recruiting through  vanity. But in both ways he manages  to fill���up big gaps in the ranks of Uncle- Sam's' fighters."  Enrninjr   Their   "Dot."  The manager of a large dressmaking  establishment in' New York says:; "I'  suppose that the most un-American immigrants we get in,-this country are  not the  Chinese  or the Poles  or the  The Confusion of Wives. ,  Occasionally the excess of wives In  Utah leads,; to' amusing consequences,!  as when one of the apostles invited a'Hungarians, but the Parisian seam-  visiting gentile to dinner. -' The guest stresses, milliners and' lingerie work-  lost the address-and looked up the^ers. These .women come here to save  apostle in'the directory. He observed, the price of a 'dot', out of our high  that his' hostess, though she answered , American wages. It takes from two  to, the proper name, seemed unprepared ,'to five years to do ,that.' In all that  for him, and presently'he heard her at!j time'they never mix with Americans,  the telephone.,   '    <    '   -       " never visit a theater,'never make the  "Oh, Emma!-   Is John living at your ' first .attempt ,to   learn the  language,  house   this   week?     Is  -he   expecting    Some of them goto'the French church  'somebody to dinner today?, Very'well.1'. o__;Sundays; otherwise they - never  The'gentleman .will be there in a few , leave .their rooms ^except -to shop. This  minutes"        '     ' --   ��� >" prenuptlal period in New York, is just  '    Then returning to tho. stranger she    a time dropped out of their lives   They  handed him a paper slip.   - ��� talk-pf nothing day after day .but what  "You came to the wrong house, sir.    they'll-do when they get back to Paris  This is ,the address you want"  ' On another occasion a little girl came  running into the parlor while a- visitor  was calling.  "Mamma, mamma! Papa wants his  suit case packed. He is going to live  with Aunt Emma this week."  and begin to live again.'  v3  Meats   nnd   Digestion.  Of nil known meals veal is the hardest to digest, requiring five hours and  thirty   minutes.     The   Italians   are  a  happy people.    They are healthy' and  hopeful.    Their favorite meat is veal, j  Veal in the New York markets must \  weigh exactly  320 pounds to the car- 1  cass to be'perfect.    That is tho standard of quality and price.    All sorts of  tricks are resorted to to hit the mark  precisely.    The   question  Is,   What  is  best for the human race, food that requires a long time to digest'or a short  time?    Roast beef is digested In three ;  hours.    Wo Americans are great eat- j  Why donBhina: Wenkeni Ton.  A patient German scientist of a statistical turn'of mind calculates that  the amount of energy;expended by a  person who coughs once every quarter  of an hour for ten hours is equivalent  to 250 units of heat, or the nourishment yielded' by three eggs or two  glasses of milk.-   Coughing Is thus seen  ' The rea-  to be an expensive luxury.  son for the waste in force entailed by   edTthen broken, then allowed to' for  'hey any. Poverty is relieved by the  natural benevolence of the people.  The wealthy Singhalese are especially  ���kind to the.poor; and many of them  have fixed days of. the week upon  which they distribute rice to all the  aged' and infirm, of their district. The,  solidarity of the family is I believe,  oven stronger; among them, than _uro-  peans- the weakest are the most cared  for- tho ,rich help-their poorer relations, and never disown them; the  poor assist the poorer amongst their  own-relatives ' and friends,' so that  there is no dread of old-age poverty.  Iu these particulars of.'freedom from  care and 'squalid misery I believe that  the Singhalese are now, the happiest  ,of His Majesty's subjects, in any part  of 'the world." '      ., '  A. people of whom these things can  he said may not he Christian or even  civilized in the western meaning .of  civilization, but they are certainly not  vile.     ' .   '       ,       ' '�����',.  Space will not permit us to linger  over the wonderful beauty of Ceylon  scenery, and the equally marvelous fertility of its soil. It is a miniature continent,' in which the traveler can pass  through every variety of climate, over  mountain, forest and plain and the  loveliest and most exquisite landscapes. The tea estates, we learn, are  upwards of a" thousand in number,  varying in size from 100 to 1000 acres  each, and'comprising a total of 370,-  000 acres, and are' divided into about,  sixty districts. They are situated for  the most part in the 'mountainous central province of the island, and vary in  elevation above the sea level from 100  to 7000 feet. There are, ^ however,  some extensive-estate's in the lowlands.    '   ., ,.   <  As the native Singhalese were too  well satisfied with their lot, (it became  necessary to import laborers 'from Southern India. The gangs are each in  charge of a company or taskmaster,  and above them is the conductor, who  is the'superintendent's right-hand man  in the fields Mr. Cave gives a full and  detailed account of the various operations .carried on in connection with  tea raising; tho pruning, weeding,  drain-clearing, and, above all, the import matter of plucking. The green  leaves pass through a number of pro  cesses, being first withered, then roll-  it, or one reason at least, lies in the  fact that, while in normal respiration  the air is expelled from the chest at  the rate of four feet a second, in violent coughing it may attain a velocity  of 300 feet.  . Str_n_e  Mountain  SlckneM.  If mountain sickness should come  upon you your bitterest enemy will  lead your horse for you. The symptoms are those of habitual drunken-  . ness. All the limbs shiver, and In the  ers of pork, which is nearly as hard to bloodless face the eyes have that ex-  digest as veal, requiring five hours ^ordiTisLry look of insanity which is,  and fifteen minutes. We are a nation _ ^ caused by an inability to focus  of dyspeptics,, reveling in fresh bread. I them -^ speech comes with diffl-  which   takes   three  hours   and   fifteen ��� aQd Iq oQe cage thafc r Ba_. me  minutes.     China   and  Japan   live   on '     coherence was as obviously at  What   is    f^ar<=_iyssis^  A Question of Interest to Thousands who have  not Leaened the Curative Power of  r.     Chase':  INflesrvfl��     F"o  ocj  Paralysis is loss of power of motion, r bling of limbs, loss of memory and  Movement is the result of contraction of muscles.1  Muscles canot contract of themselves hut are entirely controlled by  the nerves-  As a result paralysis is almost always due to lack of nerve force.  1 Increase the nerve force in the  body by the use of Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food. Revitalize the wasted and depleted nerve cells. Restore vigor to  the weakened nervous system and paralysis must disappear.  But it is not on - ��� theory-,  that    Dr.  Chas'-'=5-Nerve Food is recommended  -as a'curo and preventative for paralysis.  It'has established a surprising "record of cures, and the cured ones are  willing and anxious that other sufferers should know aboutit.   ���  But do not wait for helplessness to  ���overtake you before beginning treatment. , ,  If you suffer from weakness, sleeplessness, irritability, headache,1 twitching of���the nerves and muscles, trem-  power to concentrate the nnmi n 9  Chase's Nerve Food will prove of jj  calculable worth to you. Put it i0 ��. 1  test. f  Mrs.'W. R. Sutherland, St. Andrei  Man.,  writes:���"In  February, \\j(ri jl  was stricken with paralysis, feu hehf  lessly on the floor and had to be cai  ried  to  bed.    The  doctor prououncJ  it a bad case as I had no power m ^.1  tongue  and   left  leg.-   I  remained \J  that condition for six,'months without  obtaining , benefit    from the doctor':  prescriptions or other medicines.'    '  "My husband advised me to try cr  Chase's Nerve Food, and by the -ja  of this treatment all symptoms of the  disease^ disappeared, I can now talk  plainly, my leg is all right arid I C5a  tdo my housework. How grateful  to be cured by so wonderful a  Dr.   Chase's , Nerve  Food,  a box, at all dealers,�� or  Bates  &  Co., ��� Toronto  signature of Dr.   A  remedy"  GU cents  ���Edmansoa  Portrait aJ  W.    Chas,  famous receipt book author,  are  every box. ,   - ' <  the!  operations employed are such that the  stomach would rebel against a detailed description, I. am convinced that  if the public generally did but realize  this difference between' , Ceylon tea  and that of, some' other countries the  demand for the Ceylon article' would  increase quite, beyond the capacity of  'the country to supply it. -  '��� These admirable methods, coupled  wilh���the natural fitness of the soil and  climate, no "doubt account for the unrivaled popularity of Ceylon tea, and  it is a matter,of. pride that the fragrant leaf from which comes "the cup  that cheers and not inebriate" should  now be so largely produced-in one of  the most beautiful of the. dependencies  of the Britishi Crown.-'     l        ,   ^  HEALTH IN SPRING  NATURE    NEEDS,   ASSISTANCE'   IN  MAKING   NEW  HEALTH-GIVING    "<  1 r        BLOOD. '      ' i  rice, which digests in one hour.  ConrteHU't   of   the   Strtet.  A hansom cab driver had just picked  up a fare aud was driving furiously  along a crowded street when the wheel  of hls^cab just managed to graze a  horse which a very thin youth was  driving.  "Now, then, can't yor see me?" bawled out tho latter angrily.  "No," was tlie reply; "yer whip's in  front of yer."���London Tit-Bits.  fault    as  "Lhassa."  the    physical. ��� Landor's  IToiv   <<>   Ilt'lp   the   D��-n<l   Lrul���.  The following note of excuse was received by a New York city teacher ouo  day: .  Dear Teacher���Plensc excuse Emmn. Tot  having been absent yesterday.'as I had to  take her with me to',help an old lady who  died and had no one to do her, work.  A  Tent   of  I.ove.  Among tlie Arabs of upper Egypt the  youth who proposes for a girl must  submit to a whipping at the hands of  all her male relatives. "And," says a  dry narrator, "if he wishes to be considered worth having he must receive  the chastisement, which is sometimes  exceedingly severe, with an expression  of enjoyment." Not infrequently it is  the maiden herself who imposes tho  test.   Spoiled nin Appetite.  Baron Graham once asked an epicure  bow many oysters he should cat in order to create a good appetite for dinner  and was told to eat away until he became1 hungry. The baron, who never  saw a joke, ate. ten dozen'and then  Dlaintively ��� remarked, " ' Pon my word,  [ don't think I am as hungry as when  t began." ________  Candor.  "Good gracious!" exclaimed the mint  sauce. "I should think you'd be ashain-  id to masquerade as 'spring lanib."*.  "Well," replied the roast, "it does  make me feel rather sheepish."���Cath-  jlic Standard and Times.  ment'anrl finally transferred to the dis  icator, where it is fired. They are  then cooled and sifted, emerging as the  various grades known commercially as  Broken Orange Pekoe, Orange Pekoe,  Pekoe, Suchong and Dust all of which  terms are of Chinese origin and refer  to some characteristic of the sort of  tea they represent. The creme de la  creme of Ceylon is the Broken Orange  Pekbe, which gives the name ot "Golden Tips" to Mr. Cave's volume.  , Mr. Cave, speaking of the quality of  Ceylon tea, says:  Everything, it will he observed, is  done to avoid handling the tea. Indeed, from the bush to the tea table  such methods of pure cleanliness are  observed as scarcely any other food  manufacture can claim, and especially do these methods of Ceylon tea  manufacture stand in contrast to  those of China,  where the  primitive  Spring is' the season when your  sj'stem needs toning up. In the spring  you must have new blood just as the  trees'must have new sap. Nature demands it. Without new blood, you  will feel weak and languid; you��� may  have twinges of rheumatism or' neuralgia, occasional headaches, a variable appetite, pimples or, eruptions of  the skin, or a pale, pasty complexion.  These are .certain 'signs that, the  blood is out of order. The only sure  way ,to get new blood and' fresh en-,  ergy is *to take Dr. ".Williams' Pink  Pills. They actually make new, -rich  blood���they are she greatest spring  tonic in 'the world.' Dr. 'Williams'  ,Pink Pills clear tho skin,-, drive out  "disease, and make tired, depressed men  and women bright, active and strong.  Mr. Noil I-i. McDonald, Estmere, N.  B., says: "It gives me, great satisfaction to''state that I,'have found  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills all that is  claimed for them. I was completely  run down,' my appetite was poor and  I suffered much from severe, headaches. Doctors' medicine did not give  me thc needed relief, so I decided to  try Dr. Williams' Pink -Pills. 1 used  only a few boxes when my former  health returned, and now I feel like a  new man."  Dr.'Williams' Pink Pills aro not only  the best spring tonic, but arc a cure  for all troubles due to poor blood or  shattered nerves. That is why they  cure headaches and backaches, rheumatism, anaemia, kidney and liver  troubles, and the 'special secret ailments of women and growing girls.  But  you  must get the  genuine,  with  The President of one of the largeal  of the many Scotch societies in thlsl  country has a bonnio young daughter!  whose;rendering of the beautiful soi^i  of her'father's native country is j_.j  ticularly pleasing.   Her absolute^ |  fnand of the dialect Is ever a reel  of wonderment to her numeromiil  mirers when they are made awarHl  the fact that she has lired all'Tier _1  in   this ,land.   ; A  few evenings apA  after, a    charming    rendering,of _jl  quaint "Logic p'_ Buchan".at a'friend'il  house, '"oner of "file nicTst" enthusiastic oil  her friends exclaimed: "Say, she sings!  Scotch so plain you can't understand!  a word she says."   '       ���     - 0   '  Beware of Ointments  for Catarrh that Contain Mercury.  ai morenry will flurf*l. destroy the 9��nn�� of Hnioll nnd  complolel; dornnge the whole h)*Ioiu   whou onUtrintf  It thiough thf nucous mirfHce*.   Stich Hrtitfo1. kIioiiIi!  never ho uncd except Ota proscriptions from roputi.l-li  phy^ii-lan*. a^ tlu�� <)runai:e  they*ill  do in twnfolfi t�� j  tho booiI ,011 can possibly derinj from thorn    HaJ.1''  Ontarrh Gyre,  mnnufnemred b>. F J, Cli(*!*��y A >  T*l<_o, O . c-cmtftltn  no morcury. And in tnkun inter  liully, fti-lina iirootlj opon the blnod and tum-ouH >iur  f*cc�� of. the ~-{jim'   In buying HhU'm   Ciiturrli   Curl j  b��sur��}OH>_   "v�� Bfuuino.1- It  is  UiUuii   inlurnnllj  and made ln*_..eao>  Ohio,  W  h.J.  Chuuy i Co,  T>��tlmoninl�� liuu.    >��� ,       , ���    '  Sold bv DrugrntR.   FrH'O, lie. per bottle.  ���Ti'ak* _all'il-omlly l'llla Ior constipation.  "I wish I .could find 1 some one who  wd'uld tell me the absolute truth about j  my government," said the Czar plaintively. "Your Majesty can find a,nu_-  be oft such people,' answered the sardonic official, <"by going ,to Siberia."  "Ma," said Tommy, Twaddles, too.  ing up from his reading,of "Terrs _��  Tenspot," "what, is a b����tless al'  tempt?" 1'"It's the, sort yc-ur father  makes to get in without my hearing  him when-he'comes'home late from  the club," answered' Ma Twaddles, Incisively. ' Pa doesn't stop ,tol remove  ;em fit the foot of the stairs now  knows it's no use.  He  BEEF SECRETS FOUND IN TRUNK.  1  'A Chicago .special   says:���Further  and full investigation by" the federal  grand jury which is inquiring into tlie  working methods of the 'alleged beet  trust, it is asserted, is to result from  the examination of the    content   011  eight trunks   taken   from   the  sateij  vaults in the    First   National,  Bank  building.   When the trunks were oiiui-  ed, it is said' the entire secret vi"i_-  actions of the Aetna Trading compan)  a  corporation  through which allegvt  secret business of  the   packers   v><-=  transacted, were revealed to the ]iuon  and as a consequence many 'new *u  nesses     will    be    subpoenaed,  trunks  and   contents  have   been  pounded  on an order by Judge &an-  The!  im-l  the"full name, "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills-, born so that no one lega;J P���CG^on.  for Pale People," printed on the wrap- j obtain   possession   of   them.    .��� 1  per -around each box. Sold by all the new witnesses subpoenaed are sai  medicine dealers or sent by mail at to be G. B. Godfrey alleged secreta  50 cents a box or six boxes for 52.50 aud - treasurer ot the Aetna irauu^j  by writing the Dr. Williams Medicine  Co., Brockville,  Ont.  company, and R. H. Cowan,, anothe  official of the company. The "HUM  R. I-I. C. appear on each of the eight  trunks taken from the depository  and it is believed they helon0  Godfrey and Cowan, it * I  "I think," said the prison visitor, "It'  would be helpful to you if you would .vaults,  "Now/l'd lilfeeSto seTect, for instance, | vesication by the^ oury^egan.   TJJ  ���We are here to-day and gone to-mor- rccoa tly.we re ��^g^, l03t.  An   Idle  ,U-.v(.  "Pa, what is an ���idle jest?' "  "One   that   the   newspapers   haven't  ret got hold of and worked to death."  "No   fool  was   ever   so   foolish  lome one thought, him clever."-  but  my-^^TO--_--i_a__--^Wff-  XJse SUNLIGHT SOAP and SAVE, THE COUPONS;  The Coupons arc the same as" cash because they can be exchanged for Toilet'  Soaps for which you have to pay out money every week.  -      Users  of SUNLIGHT  and  CHEERFUL SOAPS can get their  TOILET  '���'. ,       .   SOAPS for nothing.    ���     "���-.,     ' '   , '''.������. v."    '��� ���.'.:,���''' ������  Ask your grocer for paiti.culars or write us for Premium.List /.   ^     \     ;  A gift is of little value if it consists of something you have nocuse for.  .''���.''.' In exchange for Sunlight Soap Coupons you can get something you need and  . use every day. .|- ,        , .   ��� <   v.'>- 1 ���'.' V   ��� ., -.,- .  tooo  ���LEVER   BROTHERS   LIMITED, TORONTO, CANADA-  3 feet wide, 4 feet -lgh lncludl__ hinges and latch  _  IO foot -wide, 4 foot hlffh, Including hinges nnd latch..  Other tizos in proportion.   93.00   ��� 6.SO  THE  PAGE WIRE   FENCE  CO.   LIMITED,     Wmlkorvlll*.     Montreal.   Toronto,    Winnipeg,  Supplio-  bynior '���     ���  local dealer. *��  St. John jWOYIE   LEADER  ���������***  _4. *_*���<>*  _._��,*��>���������������������  VeSTERH CANADIAN tiMTORS  of  ^ series  ���heir lives,  their influence  articles desv,,ibing  their aims and  ������������  W. H-  ������*���*  30.  GLENDENNING.  ������#������������*���<  ���  ���'  ���  ���  ���  ���  �����  ���  means of publicity for the advantages ,  of district, the exploitation  of which,  was its main business, it was beyond  doubt a conspicuous success. No country paper ever did beter immigration  work for its district.   But as a financial proposition the Star was no gold  mine       But    Mr.    Glendenning,    Sr.,  was ' made     ot     what     stun    westerners'call "good stuff."   He "hung on"  and waited for the day of prosperity  for the ultimate coming of which none  had done so much as he.   And in duo  time came  the reward of effort and  faith     Settlers continued to come in.  Business   brightened  in  Swan   River.  More  merchants , located  there.    Advertising patronage increased, and the  subscribers  became   more   numerous.  MANITOBA SUNDAY SCHOOL  ASSOCIATION.  I When   the little folks take  colds  I and coughs,  don't neglect them  I and  let   them   strain the  tender  I membranes of their lungs,  I Give them  9s  0_>S^1E__  The Lung  Tonic  >' '-  It will cure them quickly and  ' strengthen their lungs.1  It" is pleasant to take,  Prices,   25c.;  SOc,  and  $1.00.    300  f editor   and  W   H. GLENDENNING.-   ,  of   the -Swan  Proprietor  River Star.  By contrast with the ncwer_,much  newer-xerritorics. Manitoba J an  old established country.    T��e_% ?���-_  rV =^_r_!y_s_r_r%__-i  ,SffVaeiarge"St, is true  but it  53 cerUinlLn��o\ ^rgf     a   sLh0f new  country JLSJfiS. for instance be-  ��-een Prince' Albert and  Edmonton  Sin tho Let-bridge country, or along.  Isoo'lino/or   the   Prince   Albert  branch, or the country lying east and  e��t of the Calgary and Edmonton���  : not been going on in Manitoba for  the past ten years; and for sufficiently  ohlous reasons.    The' older province  bad its 'railway   systems   practically  ' completed long before that time, and  nhcre railways were available settle-  - mem.   naturally    followed, so -that a  comparatively dense   population   was  ��� li�� found in Manitoba long before  ���_ta conditions could be expected  ��� otolu in the Territories, with their  72SU) greater area and less coinpre-  beasne transportation facilities.  For these reasons, the northwestern.'  portion of the '^province of Manitoba  1 Has-* almost as  uninhabitated   fifteen  rears ago' as in the days of Lord Sel-  iirk. Settlers went into the route now  occupied by the Northwestern .branch  of the C.P.R. in those early days when  it was expected thatJic would be the  line of. tlie new transcontinental-road,  but north of that was  a hilly, wood-  lakes,  and  ���?,es  has  The Star had turned the corner and  passed into the list of western country,  newspaper properties that are paying  investments. Even yet it is not a bonanza. But it is past the 'shoals, and  striking out all the time for the open  Of the present., editor, under whose  guidance the Star is each month showing steady Improvement, there-needs  but little ,to be said.    He has a good  mechanical training, a "nose for news  ���Ihat prime essential in the makeup  of any newspaper man, a belief in his  town and district, a knowledge of its  needs and the confidence of its people.  These,   combined   with   industry/ energy and enterprise,   are ��� the   strong  foundations upon which-he is building  up a successful business.   Beyond this,  it needs but to say that he is an unassuming,    capable,    public    spirited  citizen, with hosts of friends, and'few,  if 'auv, enemies.    He is; doing in the  northwest portion of Manitoba what  other'newspaper mea are doing everywhere' throughout the West���building  up and   developing  his own, locality,  and thus strengthening the Canadian  spirit   and' advancing   the - Canadian  nationhood.   To him, and such as he,  the Dominion- will forever owe a national , debt,   for   they   are   the  moulders of Canadian destiny.  true  HE TELLS THEM  TO ASK THE I.O.F.  JOHN J. BURNS CUBED BY DODD'S  KIDNEY   PILLS.  He  had  Chronic  Inflammation  of the  Kidneys-Says  his   Brother   Fore.t-  ''ers can Tell' all 'about it.  'barnley, P.B.I.. ApruJ.7.-(Special)  of  ���John J. Burns' a prominent member  whose  cure  clad country, dotted with  with a rich soil that only needed cultivation to make it famous as even the  Portage plains. But it remained, for  the reasons, some of which are set  forth above, uninhabitated while the  whole of the remainder of the province  was comparatively densely populated.  But with the building of the Dauphin branch all this was changed. A  driving agricultural commuaity soon  sprung up, flourishing little towns  ,sprung into being, and the fame of the  fertile Dauphin country went abroad  through thc land. With the town came  the inevitable advocate and publicity-  agent, the newspaper, which 'heralded  far and wide tlie many advantages of  the district in which it was published.  And the success of the Dauphin country was followed as a natural sequence  "by that of similar territory contiguous  thereto. The natural result of Dauphin's success was the establishment  of Swan River.  Swan River sprung into being with  the advent of the railway. Hardly had  the triumphant shriek of the pioneer  locomotive ceased to re-echo among  fie Thundor Hill than hammer and  saw were busy building the little town.  And, as usual, one of the first���as a  matter of fact ,the fourth���building  e"fted was a newspaper office. The  Proverbial rapidity with which every  ne* western town harnesses to its advancement all tlie powers of the press  can hardly show a keener desire lo  c-'ze all the advantages of publicity  *>n Swan River.  The founder of thc Swan River Star  "���as Mi. ii. e. Glendenning, who as the  abovo paragraph   shows,   was  one   of  "fc fnsi arivals in the town.   For two ,  -^rs lie  was   editor,   proprietor   and  PbblMiv'r, and tho Star was instant in  fj-ason and out of season to advocate'  thv many advantages its editor seized (  c'u'i> occasion to proclaim.   Mr. Glen-'  Ul��img believed  in   the  Swan  River  coim-t-y with all tlie fervor of a pion-  eer-   His activity on behalf of thc dis- .  lr'ct was Protean. , i  ���\lw-i- two   years   of   strenuous   en-  ��avor,   Glendenning    the    Elder    relied, and Glendenning tho Younger  3niod in his room  and stead.    The  ���-"an ltivor pioneer had gone into real  '"'la.to and many other enterprises, and  K-sii engrossed thc whole of his time.  illa '���on, Mr. W. IT. Glendenning, the  Present proprietor, is a practical print-  *r' hming served his time in Ontario  ��n tin1 Dundalk Herald.    He assumed  control of the  Star in 1902.    Shortly  >aiter taking over the managership he  ">��k another important, step, marrying  ."ss 13. Kennel, of Dromore, Out.     .,  "he   conditions   under   which   the  .   i"1- River   Star   was   started, were  ���"ch as to:render immediate success  "J'l'obable^-perhaps impossible.    The  '^trolling factor   of   the   success  of  ;Cl\v newspaper is population.   With-  "��� ;t field no paper can succeed. As a  nf  the  I   O.  F.  here,  Chronic inflammation of the Loins and  Kidneys caused a" sensation some.time  airo   reports that he is still in spien  did' health      "Yes,"   says   Mr.  Burns  ^y cure  is  entirely satisfactory    I  have   had   no   trouble   since   1   used  Dodd's Kidney, Pill.. . ?*?*������"��  thc disease from which I suffered for  ei?'Noyrn never forgot Dodd's Kidney  Pills The doctor could'not help me  1 cot so bad I could scarcely walk, sit  or sleep 1 was about to give up en-  tftely when an advertisement led me  to trv Dodd's Kidney Pills. Now I am  health.'-Dodd's Kidney  Winnipeg, April 3rd, 1905.  To Pastors and Sunday School Workers:���  The Twenty-sixth Annual Convention of this Association will be held  in Portage la Prairie on May 30th,  :jlst and June 1st, opening at 2 o'clock  on 1herfirst day.  Appoint your delegates.���Every Sunday school within the constituency  covered by our Association, including  Rat Portage and Fort Frances on the  East to Est,evan and Areola on the  West; South to the International  Boundary and North to Krwood on  the C.X.R. should send delegates. In  addition to the pastor and superintendent, who are ex-officio delegates,  eevry school is entitled to two delegates for one hundred members, or,  fraction thereof, and one delegate for  each additional one hundred or fraction thereof. The names 'of the delegates should be forwarded to the General Superintendent as early as possible.  , Members of the Provincial Board.���  We should have a full attendance of  the members of the Board at this convention. The exceedingly rapid  growth, the difficulties confronting us,  the' constantly changing conditions  and the absolute necessity for correct  information'from all parts of the field  renders it necessary that every mem-  ,ber be present at meetings of the  board. '   '  ' Railway FaresiNThe usual, liberal  arrangements, granted by the railway  companies,'of a single fare for the  round trip, have been secured, provided 100 delegates, "who have paid railway, fares, attend the convention. In  order to secure this, however, each  delegate must obtain from the agent  who sells the ticket a certificate showing that full fare has been paid to  Portage la Prairie.,  Entertainment.���The Sunday School  workers of Portage la Prairie, have  guaranteed that ample and suitable  accommodation will be secured for'all  delegates, and if possible at reduced  rates. No ,one 'ueed remain away for  fear of not finding a comfortable place  to stay.  Programme.���The most interesting  and helpful programme ever offered  to a Sunday School convention in this  country is being prepared. It will  contain several new,features. An out-  'line of it will appear in'May issue of  "Progress.", ,  Rev. John  Potts, D.D., of Toronto,  writing under date 'of March 22nd, definitely promised to be with us and assist at our   convention.    He   is   well  and favorably    known    all    over the  United States and Canada, not only as  an effective 'preacher "-but 'also   as a  powerful exponent of the- best in present    day    Sunday    School work.    As  chairman for twelve years of the committee who ha's selected the lessons  for the   weekly   study   of   twenty-six  millions of people, and in other ways  closely identified with the modern Sunday School movement, will make his  addresses well    worth' the time and  money- necesary for every pastor and  Sunday School worker to bo present.  Mrs. Mary Foster Bryner. of Peoria,  Illinois, a member of the International  Staff will be with us on that occasion,  ���she   is   one   of   the   most   popular  speakers on the, Sunday School Platform.    Calls  for her expert services  come from' almost 'eevry part  of the  continent.    The  teachers of Primary,  Beginners' and Boys' Classes will be  especially helped by her addresses.  The General Superintendent heard  Mrs. Bryner deliver several addresses  while on the Mediterranean cruise  last year and can therefore speak at  first hand of her ability.  For full particulars '(vrite to the  General Superintendent and Secretary,  W. H. Irwin, 511 Mclntyre Plock, Win-  B. G. Crealock, W. H. Irwin,  President, 511 Mclntyre Blk.  Burnside. Winnipeg.  There is a    certain,    lawyer of this  i town who is very fond of elaborate  and solemn jokes.    He was in l_.il_-.  delphia last summer, and one morning  he went into   a   restaurant   with   his (  most dignified aiT> lo order breakfast.  '���I want two eggs,"    said    he    to the  waiter.   "I want one fried on one side,  and the other fried on the other." The  waiter bowed obsequiously and withdrew.   A little later he returned..- Beg  pardon, sir." said he, "but I am afraid  1 didn't quite catch your order. Would  vou mind repeating it?"   "Not at all,  said  the  Minnesota    man    solemnly.  "I  want two eggs, one of them fried  on one side    and    the   other on the  other."    "Thank,   you,    sir," said the  waiter.   "1 thought that was what you  said, but I wasn't quite sure, sir," Five  minutes later an apologetic waiter returned to the lawyer's elbow���   * I beg  pardon, sir," said he again,    but the  cook and I have    had    some    words.  Would you mind   having   those   eggs  scrambled?"  CC  Oo You  roovtf  *��  Is the purest Tea the world produces.    One trial will  prove it.    Sold only in  lead packets.    25c, 30c, 40c,  5oc, 60c. per lb.    By all Grocers.  HJGHEST AWARD ST. LOUIS,'1904.     ,  Kindey Cry  k\rlriM>n for lmlp.  Puln In tho  bnc k   i"  the em or the  'lo  n��Klu<t the mil  >h  lo 'IHimmt  We carry a Stock of  the best -hives for a  cold climate and other  Bee-Keepers' Supplies:  Quick delivery. Write  Apiary Dept.  Buchanan Nursery Co.  St. Charles, Man. '  =���---_ , _=_��* Have you had our cat-  houn"38  .  ^jjf '      alog   of   hardy   house  "So Wiseman is married at last. He j ~rown fr_its, ornamental shrubs, flow-  used to say if he ever   got   married   ers> lre08j etc?   'Freo for the asking  he'd manage his wife all right." "Well,  he's pretty shrewd;  he's going about  1 - - ��� "   "is he? How?"  Kl"IlM>n '"���   "�����������      -. ~ ������ ���_m_l     rili hums, JillU  Ilium.  it in the right way  -letting her have her own ,way,  To  discern  and  and  deal  overcome  for there was every reason why they  i should  agree.    "We  were  raised to-  1 -ether we studied together, we played  immediately j together, we were born ,in the same  them.' var���yes,    even    on , the same ciay-j  court and Ihe jury think the prisoner  a knave and a fool." After a moment's  silence the lawyer answered: "The  prisoner wishes me to say that he is  perfectly satisfied , he has, been tried  by a court and a j'ui;y of his peers.;'    ,  How to Cleanse the System.���Par-  melee's Vegetable Pills are the result  of scientific study of the effects of extracts of certain roots and herbs upon  the digestive organs. Their use has  demonstrated in many instances that  they regulate the action of the liver  and the kidneys, purify the blood, and  carry off all morbid accumulations  from the system. Tbey are easy to  take, and their action is mild and bene-  iiclai.  r_��er Tanlo bTttle wlti effect- af^r, M_l�� 1 understand you'to say .that you  itirfUase has secured a lodgement, "Wore born on the same day?" inUnrro-  ���?-,.5_s_?_sta_i r_*K! aa-T--"-"^' * -^A  nearance of a cold,the Syrup will be , day.�� ���   found a most efficient remedy, arrest-, _ ��� ,  ing development and speedily healing     Strong,Words by a New York spedaii.t.  the affected parts, so that the ailment!  James Whitcomb Riley says that be  was summoned as a witness in a case  Iried in an Indiana court, where one of  the witnesses before him evinced some - ���  disinclination to .state her age.   "T"  rihon   I luivo no  disappears.  very necessaryi  Yorrick Hamm���How'd your arctic  tour turn out? Hamlet Fatt-Oh; we  h.td tremendous runs in some towns.  Why in one place, we-played hal, a  night. Yorick Hamm-Half a night!  What kind of talk is that?- Hamlet  F���U���Yes; half a night���three months.  The nights are six months long up  there you know. , >   ���  Is it  coyly asked the witness, a spinster of uncertain age.. "It  is absolutely necessary, madam," interposed, the judge. "Well," sighed  the maiden, "if I must I suppose I  must' I didn't see how it could possibly affect tho case, for you1 see ���  Madam." observed   the   Judge,  .with  'the prisoner, a man charged with matin c "mountain dew."   The Judge was  Sciatica Put Him  dairyman,   ot   Girosbv  on Crutches.���Tni. Smith  ������ Mv limln  rh*-um.il)-*ni.  Ont ,  nil  must have all tho oroQ  Anxious Mother���I'm so afraid Dorothy is going to be an .old maid Dense  -Father���Why? Anxious Mother���Oil,  she seems to take such an interest in  these mothers' congresses and' cliilci-  study clubs.- , '      ���   Minard's Liniment-Relieves Neuralgia  inc "mountain    very hard'on him and the ]ury brought  in a verdict of guilty. The lawyer  moved 'for a new trial. r The'Judge denied the motion, and remarked:    ine  Kindly state your age."    Whereupon  'the spinster showed signs of hysterics.  "I am, that is, I was" "Madam, '  hurry hurry up!" exclaimed the judge,  now "'thoroughly impatient.. "Every  minute makes it worse; you know.  iEOPLE notice the difference  when they change, from any other  Kind of  "I don't believe in female lectures,"  said the savage bachelor. "I would_;t  listen to one." ,'Tll bet you would if  ���you-were, married to her," replied  Henpeck.       ��� ' v  ENGLISH SPAV,1N -LINIMENT.  Removes all hard; soft or calloused  lumps and blemishes from horses, blood  spavin, curbs, splints, ringbone sween-  ev stifles,' sprains, sore and ^swollen  throat, coughs, etc. <ave ?50, by use  of one boUe.' Warranted the most wonderful Blemish Cure ever known.  j'udge���The sentence of the court is  that the prisoner be confined in prison  remainder   of   his   natural   life.  the  Judge���  Prisoner���But, my Lord-  Not another word, sir, or I'll give you  four years more.  saved my life."  if anv one doubts Mr.  he simoly refers them to his brother  ForesT/rv  They all know_how he^suf-  fered and that   Dodd's  cured him.  Burns' story  Kidney. Pills  \s a stranger in Philadelphia I was  much amused by certain provincialisms One of these was the use of the  word ��3r instead of "from." "Please  buy flowers off me," say the youtluul  street vendors. One day, while waiting for some groceries, a young lady,  evidently unused to housekeeping approached the raw Irish clerk and tim-  dly asked: "I want some mutton to  make broth. ^ Shall I get It off the  neck'" "No, ma'am," was the solemn  reply as the clerk pointed to the butcher busy at his block, "ye git it off .bat  mon."  Minar  d's Liniment for sale everywhere  I believe MINARD'S LINIMENT will  cure every case of Diphtheria.  Riverdale, MRS. REUBEN BAKER.  I believe MINARD'S LINIMENT will  promote growth of hair.  MRS. CHAS. ANDERSON.  Stanley,  P.E.I.  I believe MINARD'S LINIMENT is  the best household remedy on earth.  Oil City, Ont., MATTHIAS FOLEY.  There's something'about   BLUE RIBBON that no   other  tea, has'  got.    That -something" is just >quality., put .there by, methods of  manufacture'and packing the most perfect yet devised.    Try the  Red Label and judge for yourself.  Save Your Coupons  and Write for Premium List.  BLUB RIBBON, Department R, Winnipeg.  A fly and a flea in a flue  Were imprisoned.    Now   what  they do?  Said the fly: "Let us floe!  "Let us fly," said the ilea���  they flew   through a   flaw in  flue.  Not a Nauseating Pill���The excip-  -ient of a pill is the substance which  enfolds the ingredients and makes up  the pill mass. That of. Parmelee s  Vegetable Pills is so compounded as  to preser-re their moisture, and they  can be carried into any latitude without impairing their strength. Many  pills, in order to keep them from adhering, are rolled in powders, which  prove nauseating to the taste. Par-  melee's' Vegetable Pills are so prepar-  de that they are agreeable to the most  delicate.  jlye,.���a scientific writer claims that  a growing squash is capable of lifting  a weight of nearly 5,000 pounds. Gyer  ���And at that, when it comes to a matter of strength, the strenuous squash  isn't in it with the meek and lowly  onion.  So  could  the  If it is a  Question of  Warmth use  H. B. EDDY'S  BUILDING PAPER  It Retains   Heat and Keeps Out Cold.  -K thf thoii'mi'l"  n roiniwi*   �������� Smith  You know the medicine that  makes pure, rich blood���  Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Your  mother, grandmother, all your  folks, used it.   They trusted  i _-7  ���jtO/  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.'  TEES  Write for Samples and Prices..  &   PERSSE,    Limited,    Agents,   Winnipeg.  bunch  ���Ileav-  blcss you. no: I was'compliment-  him." "Rather a peculiar _complI-  mont 1 should think  when you know him. He has an iron  constitution, muscles  ited brass, a silver  gold and he   has  "Why did vou call Jones  a  of junk?'    Were you angry''  en  ini; _._..       -rr���.-, , .,:���    ,.Not at  of steel, unlim-  onfruo,  heart  of  ot   the   tin."    "Pie  vvantsTo i^k"o��L"or some fine lady  will copper him."  At the Telephone���Tibbies���How do  you expect to hear what the party at  the other end of the line says unless  you hold vour ear to the receiver?  Baker���I don't want to hear. It's my  wife I'm talking to, and it isn't often  I get the chance to do all tho talking  and none of the listening.  It is an Elixir of Life.���Since forgotten time, men have been seeking for  the Elixir of Life, which tradition says  once existed. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Oil is an Elixir, before which pain cannot live. It is made up of six essential oils, carefully blended so that j  their curative properties are concen-1  trated iu one. It has no equal in the  treatment of lumbago, rheumatism,  and all bodily pains.  VEGETABLE SICILIAN  9  Renews the hair, makes it new again, restores the freshness. Just  JS_?���in-cdI if vour hair is faded or turning gray, for it always  restores the color.   c'"- f",,,ntT ha,r- fllso-    a tf___oo.___.�� -  Stops fallingJhair^also  (XMI _  I\_J.LkCO.  _5��& I*  it.   Their doctors trusted it.  Your doctor trusts it.   Then  trust 'it yourself.   There is  health and strength ia it.  i __���-* Wr^��?��_?? ��_5_  tliiri  1>1��*_    1   ��������<1  Avar's    s*r����i~nlw.  | $1.80 a fcottlo.  A11 dr iv��-i^-___ |  Foot   Iwtfil**   pom_-  E. KJv_t; Mt. K_*��. N. T.  j. a. ATTJ* co..  for  ICO  _5SKI_K*S��l_SK_SS  Aver's  'PUIs   are   senwy  They grwtly aid tfio Saroaparilla.  Jmxatlve.  Corns cause intolerable piim. IIol o  way's Corn Cure removes the trouble.  Try it, and sec what amount of pain  is saved.  Mayor Weaver of ���HadclP]^ "^  a storv of a friend whose ^outness  and constant good humor are h.e. chioj  distinctions. "We happened ��� to_ tio  talking on the subject of gastronomy I  said the Mayor, "and somehow my  friend's tremendous girth prompUrf  me to ask him if he followed any set  rules to guide him in his eating. 1J  have just one rule,' he replied and  K a winner. When I sit dowa to e  I sit six inches or so from the table  and when I touch I'm done.  Wearv  Walters���T   don't  believe  in  doin' two rings at one.    Sunny South {  ���Two rings.   Geo!    I don't believe in ;  doin' one t'ing at once.  inard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  Mi  Two young lawyers from adjoining  districts luufbeen trying to make reputations as orators. When a certain  one of them spoke for three hours  against a certain hill the other young  man took the door for another lengthy  ebullition iu favor of the measure. In  his peroration he said he was.sorry to  his   brother  on   the   wrong  side,  3 Feed, .SH.One Cesrit!  iBtan-tloatl 6��oe* Food &V, Toroaio. Cwok Bonk, Out., Aug. 22-ttd, 1904.  0�����tlemcn : I <__>_ (u (or <bs" _kec__fc>mU Stock rood " I rvcvi-rt-l Homo time vio on tr_V  au_itsaYt>_a tctt ��___c~ri' ���waHj na teecluii it hi su*_.   It fattens stock (juiekly.  Yonrs 6cul7,  I ra t e_*i_ aJti o s_ a-1  KO���Hl���II���������  .Slocll Food.  find  W  ��� p_     *_S     Wo   529  _7TK���fXTIOKAL STOCK FOO!|> Is �� sdentlfle row!hs_��l preparntron. composed of roots, herb*,  (ante, baxki-etc-, ����d ts fsd to >���oil: In small <t__��1��iea i_ addition to lbs reffula-r gT���n n��Uon, for  the ��� irpOM of ��hI1i��e dl������tton _Kl ls��u_�� jxrftrct usliallatloii. The rest Is not much, o_d  ���w poiilMroly CTiara_i-s ttiat It-will SAVE YOU MOi'J EY "w Jou-J��� ox_i_rj- way ol tced_tf  &_1 _are t__ yt��ax oruri���U oui_y*  (  1      I ,  f  '   ^f       *-   -   i   .y     -1    v,    1     \ -    -      .     iJ   \V  v|  ?    ' .. "i     *    '  * .s          ,(   < r ii>   ' i* ** * *{ v *i  ;_/?-  , _!      ,,���   -^   ,        ; v, ,%J,Y** *-*   *V \sVV'Via  -     -                        '  '        u t %   ^i         VX >-''-.   j ,,-*' iH  i,f ,    -            i      ���<���- S s ������ ' 'w~V-   -'A-V-- 't  ��|   * * "���       -J- r.   - ��� ..   ,,"i��-ii      ,,*- a ;,jv..J  <i.   - c---   _ --,) v.   '^' - -;1' - 'r --v'i.'--,'-1 ������-"���  t      *             J*    l       r.   t       ,1      - l       ',      ���     -',*<'      i~&      t    ^',lK4^  & - {.����>'���  *_    ���=��� -��>- * i-->-*'"ii��jJ_.t'.-fV_- _ a'-��*i _<i* >'a - \ _rti_vki-i-i "jig  h .'- "-   !<���'   '-,'��� ;. -'"i-i -f>    &M  f -  ���?  5  <3 '" '  -��'v V   I  '   I       ~-.\K   >V v ,  ,>  1- '.!!  4t  Z]     UiiJlW _5iXUUr_  X51tJ_ -IN O'Xl.  I' ���     .       ;-    j.F.':M.'."PINKHAM, M^agc  ���rj^. ^A? ^.A  i_s'  ;���*. ste_y  ,jV, .  '\-r   -^'\  rt_-  iTluU whv-n.t'.iUuin t��'--* 1  1 -s.loubH:   in   r.ipul.t-v.  ������^.   I K. H. SJlAttr'Mn'"?"'  ^i     Good rourn^, good   tabkeaud   bur,     ! j^l   ,ho    ^ ^\[  ���J.-        '.ftml.ttr-:t'd.u3samjMtW^-ms. :_.y*,    K'i ���- ���' - rrnrr^tssm^x^T.  ilaut  ���fill Ml  ���mrn-rt, r.__��_���������_aa���g��_aa��aawww<i��i��_>��i;.___,.. -��*_���si  Published ia tho interest of th,e peoplo  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  ��*  *>,  I    #��_.    C*  ifsv   act   f-'i^rsrr   T.'n.*'   *~s*wn    s fas* m��#  las inVuuuu iOi oufe in) oat  3  2', j. a.-__���:_> co.,  l'abllalner*.  BATES OS 4Ul?B0ElriI0N.  O ao Year $2.00  t'   i  J3B '  '     It  J/i pa  ���Hare  ' a car.  or 1  arm j  not <  Laur  "���Fe  SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1905.  , It is difficulty to understand why  wiih tho Ct. Eugene mine shipping so  much ere anil makiug &uch' enormous  profits thai stock is remaining at ' 50  cunts a ehare or thereabout?. Four  ,.Yt_rs ago Iho mine was in no such  condition u&'it is now, anil yeV stock  was steadily 'at, $1.10'per ah lire.  Wu ,ire ofi,->ft askj'l that ipie^lon, aud v:o h ivo  s--jv.��ml   pre-psr.i-  tioub th.it a-u b-��noiiui..l.    Can of tlie best wo think i0  DR. SCjjOTT'S S 77.  It our-:s IToirson^S, roriiovu's SoioupHs  aud   breaks . uppi JCoId:  C'V,i 3 50 cents a bottle nL.tbe  P. O. .Drug and Stationery Store,   ,-  3. K HARVIE. ';'   ,     '  i * ^ "���  Prescriptions carefully prepared. <> '    1, '  >r^r^^ ������  i. d_ M'U-Mrlli^    w  PnorniETOE.  ?A<,^.'^^#Pj  'CROW'S NEST "STEM  Meets every Tues'lay evening in i'heu  iiull on Victoria sticel. Sojourning  Odd F_llowd cojUiallv in-sited.  A. Q. llosiaiovkc,      F. J. Smyth,  Noble'Grand. / Secr'y.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71 w. F, of M.  Meets iu McGregor hall every Saturday evonin_. Sojourning member*  are cordially invited to attend.  1). nABEKJJQSC_;     .     TlIOS. E. K_f,I.Y,  ,  ,    President. ,       Secretary  el  $ .   %  fo      , MOYIB-     ,,,, ft  <f&      UHION" MADE Clothing a Specially.      $  4 Wolsey Unshrinkable Underwear -|  & " "       and W. L. Douglass' Shoes*' ^!  MOYIE AERTE NO. 855  fo  fo  NONE   BETTER ON THIS MARKET.  __,'   Trunks, Valises,1 Suit Gases, Hats; Etc,  W  W  t   ���  - Sub'  '    and j  1   <    1  from!  1          11  ��� /; ���. na"?  {f  lh<jj  ,      '  . Ooasi  M      ' ���   '    '  ��� i,      ���   beiue  .         '  ; ";     ish C��  .  'can L  ',     '-  Then  J \."  f  '    ',   ('  ST V-  l^'tr-'-j- /  f   ,  t ���  [|,W',\'    ���  marri  '\        ,        table.,'  r' ��� "     " " ��    'yoii'c ','  - - ��� ��� ���   ���   ,-ased'^  ��� unsv/l'  ;ble: ; -  'nialce j  make "  r '   t-  tion 1  sion i  k\ -' -'       '   ' *" ^" y  And attended only by women,   with   a       ���yA%'-  "-'      '/  womon icfere'p, and which conMaled^of     '' M'  \X^-j ','.'���'/    f^/A^X/  v ,.i three round glove   contest between        .ii>i     ,-*-'^Nv;f^      i-!S''s     s  Tommy Ryan, the champion   middle-  '    ^0n\^^\^'~^yZf^'/~'     _J  weight, and Johnnie -Morrison.,   a  St.  'Joseph boxer-  .A'riug was pitched on  the  ' canvas'     covered     floor  'of the  hosle.36' parlor and'the men, appeared  ,    sii'  regular   lighting* costume.'  They  irave a scientific erhibitiou. with hbre  and tliere a v;ilu'rai,":up which caused  tlu),ii'iost intense excitement amoug  tin fair sp.ntatpra. ' Thu" referee had  no trouble brcibinu; clin.<shc. and there  was no denaturing ( at., her decision,  While checks paled occasionally when  , a , stiff uppercut landed or���. a liarce  a-.ving connected, the surprised guests  at its close voted fche^mjll "just lovely."  / T-l"  f"  't ���-  ��rr   (  tut  ''Ii  1 - r1,  v\  s   l  ^*r,'3,   ' 'ij,-,, ;  ;t;��. ^-4" ���>  ',. ;-  '  f l '  l<     . ' ,    '  (I 1       *  ��'"   ,   railro  und - .  ;  /i-l','    grippif  1      "   j. '"    _"We'�� '.  f ' - _    ,'  '   Heme ']  -'; i'i   <     ,.   seems 1  ''   t' >    - severs  ,r ' ", i    j  tj    i .'< noqu ,  " J   ; ,''      - best tl1'.  j   v  ���,, ,   > >ando( j"  adultj | _  nnd ,'i; ',  'Atchi -\  -' ��'h;'.'_���'  .   -    1 ' k v; ���;,  -1 i- k ';  .-, i ��*  .i'*lt   1  ,'<.- *  ?        I       t  1 (l  '   r .i ,^"'W Sull'er I'rojii KliuuuiaUsni?   '  .    Why^euire'r from rheumatism   when  one-  application     of    Chamberlain's  , Pain Balm will relieve the pain9 . The  tiuick-relief,-which   this, liniment  af-  ford's,makes  rest' 'and( sleep  possible,  e_ and that alone  is, worth  many   times  ; "    '"its cost'.    Many 'who   'ha*.-e  'used, it  �� hoping   only'for  a   short  relief'from  Chamc ' suffering have been happily  surprised  .'   ,    , >   ,   ���  fo find that after a while the relief  be-  ,,��� .'   ,i    "..biiine^.permanent, ' Mrs.  Y.   H.   Leg--  '     '    '        gette of Yum Y'um,' Tenneasee-, "U.   S.  .A., writes.   "I''am   a   great   Bufferer  fronurheuiualisni.all over'1 from Oiead  .,to Foot, and Chamberlain's Pain Palm  IS the only thing that will lelieve   the  the pain."    For aalo by W.VJ.' Atchi-  fcon.      _    ' _,j " " ,   '  ORAkBECOJf. LICENCE 3piaTKI0T  Acpecial ::ioctin_ 'of the   JBbarrt   of  "Licence    Oornn-Jpaicnera,    Cranbrook'  ,I.icbnc6 i)istriol,.will be hold-at   the  Court Uous^, brantJrook,   on   Friday';  Hifuy 19  190S at (lie hour'of 10 o'clock  iw'��he,forfcnoon to con'&ider the following applications':���,,   i>' ".'     "x  ',. E. 0/ WiiLure' Prpsjiootor's Hotel' '2  niilvn r?es?k of Ynhk"           ,'     '.- ,\     <>'  :   J. M. Carroll Ontario tlotoi'timber,  ley'        --    m   <"''" "   '* �� '     *'   ���  / A,.P. CbcneUo'Qileen's TiWtel'  Cniri'-  'brook, transfer to Gouge on &  Sfetlcri-'  field.    ",   ,       J.II. McMULLITf/,  Obief Licence Inepeotor.  Foii/niE _j_raA.wjb!iiE2fT ���  , We are showing  a  moot   obarming  line of    '   ', - i  '  '       "  DIAMOND 'KINGS .,  lor engngehients or for pres<jutatiori0oti  birthday or auy otherflcc.itw'on.  'They  i\-ill make a ploasisig nnd very accepfc-  gift at any time.,.  -      :W. E. 'G?ATB,' '���  Graduate Optiuiunj   ' CRANBROOK.'  BSfl  CRANBROOl^  <    '���     ��� ' B. C.  ' ' r f  i   .        '   -, '   ' "      \ ' 1  FIRST 02_ASS   WOKK.  '���*'���,.,      -^, '  %      , [; '  rWo Neither    Patroni/e or_     u  ,    E"mploy Chinete.  O ' |> i        i  1   Leave Work with ">   ->  '','''' "' . '     '  A, B.''STEWART & Oo".  --F9.  v>itmiihwhiii iiiiii���� ifpiiaw iiilm  .n:.  I   ijyjf 1  n  U  n  \  p. r\  Meote   Every   Wednesday at   S P.' M.  E-A. lUJLt,      " J. lL'HA'WJCE,   '  Worthy Pree.        (   'Worthy Secr'y.  Harvey   &   McCarter,-'  (      -���'     ' t     /  Biurietei-B, Solicitors, Notudes, Etc'  Oranl_rook,^��   -    B. O  P. F. J0JEUVS20JV'  %  .:TUrAVTTT�� UfrinPTOT        i  ��� ?  ��� Hi  I  t T|ii_ Hotel'is Mew and well Furnished, Tne &  $'    �� Tables are Supplied - with the Best the r  ��.       Mar&et aitords. The ,Bar is,Filled with  theUest Brands'of Liquors and Cigars,  _ ,  ��>  ��   SIOYI-  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL.  ' AND MINING MEK   ��� '      T  IJItlTISn^COLCMBIA  �����*;������-ft _5SSS���e������4��__���^e-������^3>3^feir.S���aS3&^eS���iS������* -��i>��3*Ss3a .'  in TH '.  -fcgs&TmK* v  NELSON, ���  -    '<<   >, B.,0  .5   'j  :r_r���_f_^cr<t_j._jora-t_a_a__i __c __m*q  ��� ' 'Wholesale.;Wine  . -,  and' Spirit Mer-    ���  - ���  ��� chant; ' ���    , ;.y .    '    ,  u ��� <    ���       <  Agent,for^CalgaryBrcwing Co.'s  Beer, Ale and Porter.  T. Label'-' Co.'rf  . o- ^     i     j  Hay;and c^ram^ '^' ]  Schlite' iiid "Calgary  W. J?.. aURD, '\'  CPwiNBROQK. \ ,"       >u.'e  Keg-iBeer.0 Bottled'  Beer   and Porter,   ;  always- on.B'and.' /'  ���d.1  r. eu ;  em, D ���  Willll  geut, !>!'  1 John  rai!(lau v  TA.IC1 i  dkted i  Ije at HI '  ior the  t'lo Rc-s  fourtee  notice,  ground  pftiir A)  _ffi__J_3S__3���CSfflE���K___^_���__f_i���KJ  I lecxie mm:  Have been pronounced  by ospertfl    ��� -  JESI^Ii'"!^s  VkVo  BRS. KING- , __  MILES,  '^ X>|I335a-��_/__i3��_"fiip'  Will be in Moyift 11th-of each month.  Cranlbrcofc:, ' '     -"B, O.  George H. Th6mpson,  Barr'isteb, Scfcrci'ron'., _To-  tary Pokuo, etc.  CRAKBROOK,    ' British Cq_umbia.  Foreign and  Domesitic'WineB, Ijquoie  nnn Cigar?.  kU7 ��� fc*W V _M|  JOSKPJI _nj$mi3RS'rA_>l!tj      _Topr.;  Cigars,        Tobacco*, _;'. (Joufeotionery,  "Fiuiis, Etc.x  'FARRBLf, BLOCK, Victoria'St.  HEW, BUSINESS  COMBINATION.  JOHN HUTCHISON,';;  A. il. BLACK.  mm bfioo  And Bpth Rooms.  ,  IoiSTONlS Building.  First Claas Work,  iinthb open   every day.  ,      , * BUY- YOUR  "     ?  '   '   '. t  ,  te?5.__r^L,3ra__i,  w_riji.lt a__s.dl*'  J*sHa=_''-_-h_^!  pRoar���  ; &; B,e Stewart <&'Co.  (   '���'       'aousts yorv  ���-OOTIOXAY - ST��AM-   LAUNDRY.  taw j���� W -jCuwrat- _��r_v*___r���_<B��___B___B  _____2K____s_s_H���i _ss;a^^  i  , Taltipg a-" Sqint,  .' at Our Prices,   '_'  That,is nil it-requju's 'to'o'con-.  vince anyonn that our pticos iiri-  away - under imy otiiers in }ho  district., '-Wby, U '- tliis?' 12c-  cuuso wo./lo such a I-ir^ga .business ' that1 we   can ��� bu/^much  | cheaper   and  sell   on 'ajmuch  ^ Smalfor margin  I East Ko6tenay;s;' ��igr J^ail ^Order {House.  , "      .Bread, "Pica, Cakca, J'te.   ���  -��� *, r  V Twelve Loaves $1.   '  B/ T. .HOWARD, 'Prop.  1 Best for the1 West  ' We hixvo fcjmsd   a  purtuerahip ior |  the purpose of carrying on butinees iu j As Jj.   FRAlS I-LIH  Fire,   Life   and  Accident  liicurnncu; j  Auctioneers and Stock Brokers, <.  Any business' int.rusteu   lo  us  will i ^| ^  Ji. J,  Dated i  To the  **3  0 j  'i\ '        - ���-  g| They arc made by men "v/l\o  " know western conditions  and requirements from experience. Though durnbil-  U Uy is,their long Miit, many  |j lines confouii to all the re-  g      neirsments of general   drc��s.    ,  '      I    ' '  ���      ��� 1  exi -    | leclrie , Sp-ecisMesl  ���_Sv_  receive piompt and   careiul attention | l^'^^j  HutchiBoh & Black;   j�� AEL |TH^ gTC-ti-T  Leask Block.  CKANBIiOOE-l  BY  US-IQ  FOE,   FINE   TAILOSINCf   CO   TO  MERGKiUf^^JAILOR,  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoufing  ( i. Trousers,   Imported    Gooda.  |"\   ' ���    "���:    -    .     - .  _. ____aaff*____^"_sa___ffi_____o __i______n_as-?ffirre___2_3ar_w-s_*  A. GKENIER,  1   '' "  Awnings'Made to Order,  ��� f.nd   Upholstering Done '  'in First Clips'K'.yJc-  'W. B. BEA'TTY  F/Uibahrier and Undertaker',  Cjranbrook, '  B, C. I Hmno 89.      ���       cras  BROOK'  ^m-iBmi��   ���!"��� n i. i���'Jti j.'uu.H-^xi'iit'm���m__r���axi  MOYIE,  B. O  ,"o:- j.o__p;-.;, rrinrrc; ''\-or.nr  tors, Boyo r.rul ' "out!ia .'-r<-, nr.    !j  nenrlv iniK-iiti :.c:fi! lo-.'if, foot-     ;{  CMOYIE.)     '  ^encrui ugerit in   Britibh  Columbia for:  LIQUID  LLEOTRLCITY,  ilAGXETJO CO.MBS,  AdDiidTOa LAAlP 'W.10KB.  -THE-  b  , TO  Seattle, Tacoma  AN'U   ALt  ��� . t     ,. ,-      , ! Pacific   Coast ^Points  ior  further   n>'.r*:cul.i:-3   r.'_i\rdmg ]A 6''*riJlAV  t!:c->o "ood'i Ciil! on or v/rite, i .^     r,    ., ,.,-,\; ; ,       -     Si^i.r   i/v~_!,  ��� -1   ,       .     .    ,     ��� _._ r ���- ._ ;sl   Pay3f_?4C.iMuacjO>   New   York  Mt'13  Hfc_*<  ��� Sfl8-M I 0ft  _ US.VDJ-JIEit IlltOS,   l';o��  Lar_c sample icom iu couuection  with house for coir.mercinl men. Bes)  of incommodiitions.  FLviadqiurtero^ for. Com-  'mercinlund Mining Men.  QUEESS   AVENUIS, -OTlE,   B. C.  ���iwii-r-nrj y,ii>'1"1''" ���_j,��i-<F-T'i_���mM���rx.'i__"T*��_JVri-_jt.. >���_.������  T.' V. LOWNEY, Prop;  i.''  JIINEPS' HEAl)Q,UAllT���llS.   Thio hotol is  close  to  lbs  mines, r.nd  hat  1    .    '    -     every Convenience.for Working Men.  South Victoria St.    ' ' MOYIE:  _r_  v  i  Am.  Gh  For  to Lo>  J.s  j  * *  i  9  log boots   for   her- i<3e, itvist     ||  on get tin rj  �����.���v    pi    PREST? PHOTO CO.    I ALL   2?OIHTS   EASI  Cka:7_hooic ai:�� JIoyiK.  -L-CK1E BOOTS;  ;?<  0. V. PF^AULNIKI'.  P.ijn.ce  t���ud Tonriit  .-lecpei-c,   BulVul,  Library cars, r.ioiier'i D.iy co-ieliua  ")ir.:r. j,   c.i��.,      Mv-.iLi  ,i La CiU'f,".  '.vaoivSs.ii.c ASij a::TAi_  MEAT     MEBCH ANTS,  .Fret'h r.ud Cuiiil Men la, Fresh  Fi-di, C.irno iin i Poultry. Wi<  .-.vpidy   only   ti:ok lrj"l,      Vour  fU ���_-*T--"��-g,V'"  �������� *   ^i-<��    /".^_^>��^TW!^w>^^��r^i��J>*. *���_    -     .v     t'-^  _L_Vo  "a  ir.ivh'.H-nc.ici!.  ?:.v::n.i'/j'M  -!1! r-rr  4  ,��5  ��  H  j u  S   IP3 (  i^ L  Best JlYCeals on Wheels  i      2tr,asnsd,/i1ly2      i111   ^n  tllc   F___tcipa)  6       ,    ��L��_i^  '    Wholesale Wines, Liquors  and Cigars��  CRANBROOK, Briti__i Ooia__bia',  ,-. J* c-rf,  r..r rirht:., r.niv'.', l-ow-Tj *.nj   .Cities ana   Toivnrs   in.i  1     v A:\ocbVJ: it, b.  ���' M  V.il ,.iro/.n..'w:i'. o.iJl on   tv  mi-  "-;i 'i "ortlier:: /.gent  ,!-���  .j  .- .  '.-It 3  Bri l/iah .CoIUHfoia,  (  T^!C"!j-T   J'i'*jjj'/j-->^  0,ueeTjs" Avo.  MOYJTE'^'1^10  .- r.J.Ai-f'.     Ii, UBANU'i,  v, g. :>. a. r. p. a '<". ^.  701 \V. Riv. rMdi-    Aw  t-1 in'1-'vii".   Wrt si line ton.  MeCallum's mmim  Everything to he foimd. 'in 9 irnki:- 'Gl&sfc  B't6re; When^ in need "oT iai\ytMriff  send us your order.  /CMNITCOOK, B C.  ���I..AIH., w      ��,.tt B_.r  l-.on,,,v   C3__?tj^I^"3E5__^C>Cl>^__^^ (  - ��� 1-  "A"  '-.'Jf.,..   -   ^  .   >       jU�� ^'���> ^Tfi**'��*lV ��� ^  ",    u**','b"'^^*ri**->:-'"'4'*.'V'y~.-*--   _ >~^  _i^    y     , w.

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